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Apartments for Rent in Yuma, AZ

1 to 2 beds
1 to 2 beds

Regency Square

Yuma, AZ 85364

Apartments For Rent

1 to 2 beds
1 to 2 beds

Rio Santa Fe

Yuma, AZ 85364

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1 to 3 beds
2 to 3 beds

Hayden Square

Yuma, AZ 85364

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Studio to 1 beds
2 beds

167 W 27th Pl

Yuma, AZ 85364

Townhouse For Rent

3 beds
4 beds
2 beds
6 beds
3 beds
Studio to 2 beds
2 beds
3 beds
New! 4d ago
3 beds
New! 2d ago

S Avenue A

Yuma, AZ 85364

Townhouse For Rent

2 beds

1146 W Sahuaro Ln

Yuma, AZ 85365

Apartment Unit For Rent

3 beds
4 beds

About Yuma

Downtown Yuma. (Photo courtesy of Ken Lund)

Area Information

Yuma is a city in Yuma County, Arizona, situated on the Colorado River, west of the Phoenix and Tucson metro areas and close to the border of California. Yuma holds the unofficial title of the sunniest place on earth. The warm climate and sunshine tempt snowbirds south during the winter, doubling the city's population during January, February and March.

Yuma features a number of distinct neighborhoods, including Araby, Fortuna and Fishers Landing. While the California communities of Winterhaven and Bard Valley lie outside Yuma city limits, they are considered part of the Greater Yuma area. The historic North End area serves as the heart of Yuma, with a walkable downtown that includes unique destinations, such as a 'custom winery,' pottery studios, historic gardens and locally-owned boutiques and multicultural restaurants. Yuma is home to many military personnel, as the Marine Corps Air Station Yuma ? the busiest air station in the Marine Corps ? is located south of downtown Yuma, and the U.S. Army's Yuma Proving Ground ? one of the world's largest military installations ?is northeast of downtown.

Commuters in Yuma use the Yuma County Area Transit bus service, which provides bus service within Yuma, as well as to nearby towns including San Luis, Somerton and Wellton, the Cocopah Indian Reservation, and unincorporated communities in Yuma County. Phoenix and San Diego are each about 180 miles from Yuma, and Mexico is just 7 miles away. The Yuma International Airport makes it convenient to reach distant destinations.

Yuma Territorial Prison State Historic Park. (Photo courtesy of Ken Lund)

Renting in Yuma, AZ

Apartments for rent in Yuma are affordable, with stable prices.

Yuma Attractions

Yuma Art Center and Historic Yuma Theater ? Built in 1911, this attraction features art deco murals, art studios and a theater.Pivot Point Interpretive Plaza ? This popular spot features a museum and an audio-enhanced steam locomotive at the site where the first railroad train entered Arizona in 1877.Yuma Territorial Prison State Historic Park: Tour this 1875 prison-turned-museum, built by prisoners.Yuma Palms Regional Center ? This development features more than 450,000 square feet of stores, restaurants and entertainment space.

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Yuma Facts and Demographics

Square Miles107 square miles
Population Density873 people per square mile
Total Population93.1k people
Per-capita Income$20,786
Median Household Income$44,113
Median Age31 years old
Percent Renters38%

Median Rent for Yuma Apartments for Rent

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